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  1. I'm staying in Jomtien, just arrived last night, and thought I'd check out local restaurants. Glass House looks stunning online, and most of the reviews are positive. I had some trepidation with a few reviews complaining about it being overrun by the Chinese tour groups, as well as average food (but only some people). It's a bit out of the way, definitely not walkable, and there don't seem to be baht buses from the condo I'm staying at (Soi 19 Jomtien). Ended up using the Uber-alternative, quick and simple, and ten minutes later we're there. All I can say is wow. Wow, wow, wow. The location is gorgeous, both undercover and beachside dining. The menu was extensive, with a huge cocktail list. We ordered a crapload of different options for 3 people, and the majority of the dishes were spectacular. The cocktails were generally good (some were knockouts), but the seafood was fresh, delicious, and I'm definitely going back. Not cheap by Thai standards, but by Aussie standards it came down to about AUD $70 per person for about 9 dishes plus drinks. I highly recommend!
  2. I debated a little with myself whether or not to post this one. I decided that the bad and indifferent mattered as much as the good and the great. First off this place does not fall under the "bad" heading. This place opened two weeks ago next to Anna's near the Aiyree Hotel. I lived in Paris for a few weeks once and skipped the place across the street, just because it was so close by. On a return visit years later I discovered that it was really good. I now try new nearby restaurants. This one is not great so far. They promote themselves as Tapas, Pizza, Thai, and Italian. That is a broad range. The best item we were served was the Pad Thai. At 80 baht it was very good. Red wine glasses are 120. They say they are a Tapas place, but they mean Italian Tapas better known as Antipasto. I ordered one just to try and was a little disappointed. All in all, it is ok, but I am unlikely to return soon.
  3. I'm looking to buy a condo, for less than 1.5 million baht. It needs to be walking distance to a baht bus route, and at least 35 sq meters. And owned in a foreigners name. Can be in Naklua, Pattaya or Jomtien, but not too far out. I'm looking for someone who wants to sell immediately and will give me a great price. PM me any offers.
  4. I had been warned that Jose's Au Bon Coin would be hard to find, but I still drove past it twice in broad daylight. Hidden amongst the Pratumnak building sites with their inevitable attendant shanty towns populated by Khmer, Burmese and the occasional Isaan labourers, there it was - a faded blue hand-painted sign that wouldn't have been out of place in a mediaeval Provençal village. You walk in through an oasis of tropical greenery until you get to the restaurant, housed in a beautifully restored old Thai building, much of the carpentry done by Jose himself. Opening the door you are greeted by the unmistakable nutty aroma of browned butter, quickly followed by Jose, imposing in both girth and character. An Auvergnat, born amongst the moonscape-like volcanic peaks of the Puy de Dome department in the French Massif Central. After the meal we jokingly mentioned that we had heard mixed views about the restaurant and its creator. With a Gallic shrug came the retort "if zey are not appy we take zem by ze trouzair, et ouf .... " The dining area is a work of art in itself. Fascinating paintings and artefacts adorn walls and fill display cabinets, floor to ceiling windows add to the spacious and airy feel. And how rare is it to find a restaurant where you could fit an extra table between yourself and neighbouring diners. The kind of place designed to make you relax. And relax we did, firstly over Jose's preferred tipple, a kir, then progressively as each dish arrived, over a litre of very drinkable French pinot noir, followed by Calvados, Cognac(s)... We both started with half a dozen snails. They could have been carefully arranged in shells, but Jose preferred the dish to speak for itself; a bowl of half a dozen chunky and delicious snails minus shells swimming in garlic butter. We had salads to follow; I chose the endive (chicory) salad, just because this is such a typical and simple 'grandma's' dish around France. It was superb. The shavings of blue cheese - possibly bleu d'Auvergne? - together with the walnut, added the perfect finishing touch. While my dining partner went for the rib-eye, I chose the lamb gigot, nicely pink leg of lamb, with sauteed potatoes, decorated with a sprig of rosemary. It was so good that I had demolished most of the plateful before remembering to take a photo. I blame it on the fast vanishing litre of pinot noir. Loved the wording on the menu for the apple pie - "20 minutes wait". Clearly, microwaved frozen desserts are a big 'Non Non' chez Jose. And it was well worth the delay. The unmistakable aroma of nutmeg and cinnamon arrived almost before the plate. Topped with a scoop of apple sorbet, with the bottle of Calvados left on the table, so I could pour it on myself. Can't remember the last time I saw that, if ever. The rest of the evening was increasingly hazy, as snifters of Calvados were followed by several balloons of Cognac. I vaguely remember trying a variety of espressos that were not so impressive. But that aside it was a truly great night's wining and dining, with excellent French cooking at reasonable prices. Only the excessive alcohol consumption greatly inflated the bill to well over 6000 baht for the two of us. But no regrets, and Au Bon Coin is top of my list for a return visit. Great fun, and apologies for anything else I may have forgotten through Cognac-induced amnesia... I think there a couple of tasty amuse-bouche nibbles at some point, but as for what they were...
  5. I have eaten at Sam's several times. It's a nice place with good food. I go there when I feel the need for standard American comfort food or some Mexican food. Not the cheapest place around, but IMHO serves good quality food. The owner, Sam, is a hands-on type owner. Which, I am learning, makes all the difference for quality food in restaurants here in Pattaya/Jomtien. Nice guy and easy to talk to. He was a long-time resident of San Diego, CA. I am not an "expert" on Mexican food so I am not going to comment on the "authenticity" of any of the Mexican dishes. Each person has differing tastes anyway. A little difficult to find. It is in Soi "Jomtien Plaza", Jomtien. If coming south from Pattaya,don't turn right towards Jomtien beach but go straight past the Hanuman Statue for about 80-100m and turn right (directly opposite Dine from 99 baht). That's Jomtien Plaza. Sam's is almost at the end and is on the right-hand side.
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  7. Hello people just wondering if anybody knew any villa owners or could suggest a nice villa with pool to rent from 15 march - 26 first time there but hoping to buy something while im there many thanks
  8. If you miss New York style deli sandwiches, then this is the place for you. Went there yesterday after seeing a reference on another board. Ate a Pastrami on Rye sandwich with cole slaw and dill pickle. Tasty and plenty of meat. They also serve a variety of pizza. I didn't have my camera with me so no pic of the sandwich but I grabed a menu and will include pics of the menu. They do deliveries within Jomtien also. Deli-zza is run by a father and son from the USA. They prepare their own meats and bread. For those that want the cheapest sandwich possible, this is not the place for you. But eating that Pastrami on Rye, I could close my eyes and be eating in a deli back in the states! Another thing that I liked about it is that they do not sell the little bottles of water. They had the large 6-liter jug of water and poured my water into a glass. No extra charge for the water with the meal. I can go along with that. It is located on a small soi off of Jomtien Beach Road between Soi 8 and Soi 9. See Pattaya Photo Guide It is about 50 meters down the soi on the left hand side. There is a sign for "Casa Jomtien" at the beginning of the soi. I believe that that is a condo/housing type affair.
  9. This is a fairly new restaurant in Jomtien. It has been open for about six weeks now. The owner is from England and has owned, and cooked in, restaurants there for a number of years. I had previously been there and ate Pat Priow Wan Gai (Sweet and Sour Chicken) with rice. That was good so I decided to go back and try the burgers. I had a Beef Burger with fries, salad, relish, and mayonnaise for 200 baht. It was big and good. 200 grams of Australian beef. The fries were decent and I really liked the taste of the salad. Best burger meal I have had here so far. I will be back when I get my burger cravings. One advantage this restaurant has, especially for those who may have concerns about kitchen conditions, is that the kitchen is in the open and easily viewable to the customer. If you want to take a look at the kitchen, or watch your food being prepared, all you need to do is lean over the counter! 1921 Restaurant is in Jomtien on Thap Phraya road after it turns towards the sea. Almost to the point where it becomes Jomtien Beach Road. Here it is on Pattaya Photo Guide. It is new so it does not show on the photo but it is located where the Fuji Photo place used to be.
  10. Thanksgiving Dinner at Sam’s Mexican & American Grill Soi Jomtien Plaza, Jomtien Sam is serving an American Thanksgiving dinner for 425 Baht Thursday 24 November 2011 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM Soup Roast Turkey with gravy Stuffing Mashed Potatoes Veggies Dinner Rolls Dessert And your first drink is included.
  11. I was exploring some of the soi's off of Jomtien Beach Road and, just by random choice, stopped in this restaurant for a meal. Been back 6 or 7 times. IMHO, they serve some excellent Thai food there. The average price seems to be about 120 baht for some of the dishes shown below. Maybe a bit more than other places but I have found the portions larger than usual and "aroi mak mak". I recommend a try to see if you like it also! Eagle House Restaurant is located on Soi 4 off of Jomtien Beach Road. It's on the south side of Soi 4. I believe the location used to be a noodle shop "Yankee Noodle". That is what shows on the Pattaya Photo Guide for that location. I understand that they also have rooms available and a connecting bar on Soi 5. I have not been in either, so cannot comment on the rooms or the bar. Geng Khiew Wan Gai or Green Curry with Chicken Pat Ga Pow Gai or Fried Chicken with basil and chillies. Penang Gai or Penang Curry with Chicken
  12. Thanksgiving Dinner at Sam’s Mexican & American Grill Soi Jomtien Plaza, Jomtien Sam is serving an American Thanksgiving dinner for 425 Baht Thursday 24 November 2011 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM Soup Roast Turkey with gravy Stuffing Mashed Potatoes Veggies Dinner Rolls Dessert And your first drink is included.
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